Posts Tagged ‘mate in 5’

So I was just playing a game of #chess and then this happened! 29

June 17, 2019

Not too difficult but a very realistic test for game winning combinations. Black to move and mate in 5.

Black to move and mate in 5.

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So I was just playing a game of #chess and then this happened! 28

June 8, 2019

Black to move and mate in 5.

Black to move and mate in 5.

Winning Chess Moves: Mayet vs. Anderssen, 1851

April 10, 2019

You are playing the role of the quintessential Romantic, Adolf Anderssen. Karl Mayet has just played the dreadful 12. Qxe4. How does Anderssen (Black) punish his opponents in dramatic fashion?

Black to move and mate in 5 (Mayet – Anderssen, Berlin 1851).

So I was just playing a game of #chess and then this happened… 13

August 6, 2018

A well placed knight can be quite lethal. Black to move and mate in 5.

Black to move and mate in 5.

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So I was just playing a game of #chess and then this happened… 8

July 24, 2018

Black to move and mate in 5.

Black to move and mate in 5.

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Betcha Can’t Solve This #Chess Puzzle 26

June 22, 2018

Black to move and mate in 5 (Gilles Andruet vs. Boris Spassky, Bundesliga 1988).

Black to move and mate in 5 (Gilles Andruet vs. Boris Spassky, Bundesliga 1988).

Betcha Can’t Solve This #Chess Puzzle 18

June 3, 2018

Black to move and mate in 5 (Paul Keres – Tigran Petrosian, Yugoslavia 1959).

Black to move and mate in 5 (Paul Keres – Tigran Petrosian, Yugoslavia 1959).

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 72

September 14, 2017

White to move and mate in 5.

White to move and mate in 5. (Ernesto Inarkiev – Mikhael Mchedlishvili, 2017 FIDE World Cup)

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 45

July 21, 2017

White to move and mate in 5.

Blake – Hooke, London 1923 (mate in 5)

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 42

June 26, 2017

White to move and mate in 5.

White to move and mate in 5.


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